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The United Way of the Ocoee Region hosted its annual Day of Action on Friday, bringing together more than 350 volunteers from 35 corporate teams.  more
A recent retirement reception and open house was held at the Appalachian Clinic on Spring Place Road for Dr. Bradley Huttenhoff. The popular animal-care facility has been operating, and growing, … more
Organizers and participants in this year’s Distinguished Young Women of Tennessee competition are hoping the Cleveland community will join them for the main events this weekend. The … more

Two incidents at the Bradley County Jail have resulted in sewage backing up into the building. 

A group of devoted cyclists are retracing the Trail of Tears to commemorate the Cherokee’s removal through a multistate biking trip and program called Remember the Removal. The Cherokee … more
HBR POWERSPORTS, located on North Ocoee Street at 25th Street, recently held a grand opening. County commissioners Charlotte Peak, Johnny Mull and Milan Blake were in attendance. Owners of the … more
Before they left for their summer vacations, students at Cleveland High School shared their love of science with kindergarten students. CHS' Science National Honor Society chapter hosted … more
The BCHS Class of 1983 35-year Reunion will be held on Saturday inside the Village Green, near the Bald Headed Bistro restaurant. This will be an informal, … more
The DENSO North America Foundation has announced plans to award nearly $1 million to 25 North American colleges and universities to support science, technology, engineering and math educational … more
‘Food for Thought’ – City Fields, Dustin Tommey keynote more
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